The "too" is understood.
You should probably be aware that "all lives ..." has become a bit of a catechism on the Right (here in the US, at least) because it implies that there is no need to specifically recognize that certain groups (be that Black people or, in this case trans people) are widely regarded in society as lesser, and their lives are not seen as mattering as much.
"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others" (Orwell) and all that, you know?
@augustusquindecimus of course all lives are sacred, you utter fool. highlighting and uplifting a minority that is frequently hate-crimed and dies at a higher rate than the general public, IS NOT SUPPORTING "NORMAL PERSON" GENOCIDE as you seem to be implying. this whole framing is awful
"all lives are sacred" is obviously true and correct
that is why murals like this exist --- to support minority groups that matter less in the eyes of society and the state. legislation against trans people is very very real and very harmful, and so is societal bias against and hatred of trans people.
"all lives are sacred" is obviously true and correct BUT if it's said in response to the support of an oppressed group, it's just a dogwhistle.
all lives matter, and that is why we must support those who are minoritised in our current societies and political realities. that is why we must explicitly and unashamedly support those minorities.
@augustusquindecimus @woozle @Harena nobody said non-trans lives weren't sacred, though. saying "cats are cute" doesn't mean you think dogs are worthless pieces of shit, so how is it different here? it's just an affirmation that trans people, who often face violence and are treated as if they are less than human, do in fact matter
On the internet, everyone knows you're a cat — and that's totally okay.